Greenland Home Katy Quilt Set

Last updated: October 17, 2019

Greenland Home Katy Quilt Set

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We looked at the top Quilts and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Quilt you should buy.

Overall Take

Channel stitching ensures the Greenland Home Katy Quilt Set will last for many years, even if you have pets. The pattern is neutral but multicolored to ensure it blends with any decor. It consists of 100% cotton, which is a plus for those who enjoy the feel of the softer fabric.

In our analysis of 18 expert reviews, the Greenland Home Katy Quilt Set placed 3rd when we looked at the top 6 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Chic and versatile, the Katy quilt set features a broad range of colors. With a variety of stripes to compliment any bedroom theme, Katy reverses to a neutral blue. Channel stitching adds surface interest and durability. Oversized for better coverage on today’s deeper mattresses. Prewashed and preshrunk. All cotton face, back and fill. Set includes: quilt and two pillow shams (one sham per twin set). dimensions: twin set includes one 68×88-inch quilt and one 20×26-inch pillow sham; full/queen set includes one 90×90-inch quilt and two 20×26-inch pillow shams; King set includes one 105×95-inch quilt and two 20×36-inch pillow shams. All-cotton. Imported.

Expert Reviews


What experts liked

Aside from a high quality construction that holds up well overtime, this set is incredibly beautiful. Reversible and fits with almost any colorsheets. Washes and dries very well

What experts didn't like

This sets runs a bit small, so we recommend ordering a size up for anything less than a king size

Overview

Although comforters and duvets have become more popular in recent years, there are still plenty of good reasons to opt for a quilt instead. They may bring back fond childhood memories. beyond that, they can have more eye-pleasing designs than you’ll ever get with a comforter, particularly if you’re going for a more classic look.

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At one time, quilts were hand-stitched, which meant they took weeks, or sometimes months, to make. That meant you either made it yourself, or it was given to you by someone you loved. If you purchased a quilt, the maker would probably charge top dollar to compensate not only for the cost of materials, but also the hours of work that went into crafting it.

But today’s commercially-sold quilts are made by machines, making them far more affordable than their hand-sewn predecessors. Unlike duvets and comforters, quilts can be lightweight enough to keep you comfortable in the summer, while remaining on your bed over blankets in the wintertime. This versatility is what keeps quilt enthusiasts coming back.

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When shopping for a quilt, you’ll probably look at design first. Consider whether you’re using it to set the theme for your bedroom or simply as an extra source of warmth when you need it. You can find quilt designs ranging from neutral to bold and colorful. If you’re using a quilt in place of a comforter, you’ll probably want to make sure your final choice will match your room’s décor.

Perhaps most important of all, though, is durability. This is especially important if you plan to toss your quilt in the washing machine on a fairly regular basis. Look for a quilt with plenty of stitching, and make sure the material itself is designed to hold up to years of wear. If you have pets that routinely jump on the bed, material and stitching can mean the difference between a quilt that looks almost new for many years and one that wears out after a few months.

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